Fall Book Recommendations By Kailey Nicholas

Amazon.com: Light as a Feather (1): 9781534444027: Aarsen, Zoe: Books
Light As A Feather By Zoe Aarsen

Light As A Feather is an interesting, spooky book to read. It’s about Olivia’s Sweet Sixteen sleepover. The mysterious new girl, Violet, suggests that the girls at the party: Olivia, Candace, Mckenna, Violet, and Misha play a scary game, Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board, connected to the 17th century plague. Violet composes wild and detailed stories about the way the girls will die that begin to come true.

The Book Thief: Markus Zusak: 9780375842207: Amazon.com: Books
The Book Thief By Markus Zusak

The Book Thief is a fascinating book about a girl, Liesel, growing up in Germany during World War II. She sets out to steal books and learns to read because she believes it is the only avenue she can take to gain power.  During the Holocaust, the only safety and comfort she finds are in the pages of her books. The Book Thief is a riveting story about a unique experience during World War II. 

Amazon.com: We Were Liars: 8601410599324: Lockhart, E.: Books
We Were Liars By E. Lockhart

We Were Liars is a gripping YA thriller with many twists. It’s about the Sinclairs, a wealthy family, who spend every summer on their private island. The main character, Cadence, suffers a head injury one summer and loses her memory. The book takes place the summer after she loses her memory, unraveling all of the deceptions and secrets that connected the family. 

The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

The Inheritance Games By Jennifer Lynn Barnes

The Inheritance Games has an intriguing premise about a girl who mysteriously gets rewarded with a billionaire’s fortune, after he dies.  The main character, Avery, must solve a multilayered puzzle to find out why she’s receiving the inheritance. The book exposes the hardships of grief and the different ways people handle it. 

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